Get a taste for DIY programming with the Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle, now 97% off [Deals]




Ready to build your own private robot army? Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive computer for coding and creating almost anything you can imagine, from home media centers to musical instruments, mechanical devices to gaming systems, and everything in between. This lesson bundle slices Raspberry Pi into five areas, from the very basics of coding and connecting computers to hardware all the way up to building a robot (really), and right now it’s just $39 at Cult of Mac Deals.

Here’s a taste of what’s included in the Raspberry Pi bundle.

Introduction to Raspberry Pi

  • Interacting with the hardware and master basic programming through hands-on projects
  • Write a Python program that powers a simple number guessing game
  • Connect your Pi to Christmas lights & run various lighting patterns
  • Turn your Pi into a low cost computer by hooking it up to a keyboard and monitor
  • 22 lectures and 1.5 hours of content

Hardware Projects Using Raspberry Pi

  • Expand your coding to work with hardware by building Raspberry Pi-controlled devices
  • Configure the Pi into a Linux-powered walkie talkie
  • Learn to use Python code to turn the Pi into a light detector mechanism
  • Build a teddy bear that laughs when it senses nearby motion
  • 32 lectures and 1.5 hours of content

Python Programming for Beginners

  • Master Python, a programming language commonly used with Raspberry Pi
  • Use variables, loops and statements to automate the execution of tasks
  • Learn to use files and classes to organize large chunks of code and seamlessly handle errors
  • Develop Python code to calculate statistics and create modules
  • 26 lectures and 3.5 hours of content

Real World Guide to Hardware Design

  • Set up a lab and maximize a limited budget
  • Learn to avoid costly schematic and circuit mistakes while doing a board layout
  • Select components, build, debug and test your design like a pro
  • Develop skills to confidently populate and assemble prototype boards
  • 50 lectures and 2 hours of content

PiBot: Build Your Own Raspberry Pi-Powered Robot

  • Learn all the skills needed to build a small, mobile robot with a Raspberry Pi brain
  • Install the libraries needed to access the GPIO pins
  • Study how to interact with servos using a different library, PiGPIO
  • Configure a wireless adapter for the Pi and build a suggested robot body
  • 19 lectures & 2 hours of content

Get a huge discount on ten hours of top notch lessons in one of the most exciting new tools in DIY computing and programming, but act quick! There are just four days left to get this bundle for $39.